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Carl Seemann (piano)
Symphony Orchestra of Hessischer Rundfunk
Conductor, Kurt Schroder
Roman Palester was born in 1907; he studied with Sikorski at the Warsaw
Conservatoire. His Fourth Symphony is in one continuous movement.
Hans Werner Henze, who was bom in Giitersloh in 1926, studied with Kene Leibowitz and Wolfgang Fortner. His
Piano Concerto is in three movements.
Mario Peragallo was born in Rome in 1910. His works include a Scenic
Madrigal, La Collina. His Fantasia for orchestra was published last year.

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Piano:
Carl Seemann
Conductor:
Kurt Schroder

Seventeenth centenary of his death
Talk by the Rev. H. Chadwick
Fellow and Dean of Queens' College, Cambridge
The first great critical thinker in Christian history was concerned with problems still relevant to the situation of the modern Christian. This talk is about Origen's attitude to these perennial questions.

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Unknown:
Rev. H. Chadwick

Talk by P. H. Frankel
The truly international character of the petroleum industry was recently demonstrated by the Persian Agreement. Dr. Frankel, an oil economist, considers how this international structure came' into being and what its effects have been on the supply and price of petroleum.

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Talk By:
P. H. Frankel

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